When Peter couldn’t see the bigger picture, Jesus rebuked him to shake up his way of thinking. William Manaker, SJ, reflects on how Jesus can help us to “think as God does.”
Icons are not only a form of art: they orient the mind and heart towards the mysteries of God, and thus they’re an important resource for prayer, especially in Eastern Christianity.
When illness strikes, it can’t be life-hacked away. Reflecting on his time as a hospital chaplain, James shares how he witnessed the healing power of compassion, hope, and prayer.
A live-action adaptation of One Piece, one of the biggest anime series of all time, recently came to Netflix. Long-time fan of series, Sean, reflects on why the anime is so beloved and how it might inspire us to more passionately pursue our dreams.
Reflecting on his time as a deacon, Damian realized he’s never really explained what a deacon does. In today’s post, he offers an explanation on the role of deacon and a reflection on how it has confirmed his vocation.
The new Mario movie, “The Super Mario Bros.” has rekindled love for the classic characters of the video game franchise. But what makes Mario so super? The answer lies in his motivations.
A giant of the Counter-Reformation, St. Peter Canisius, a saint we celebrate today, offers a helpful perspective on how to engage with your ideological foes, inside or outside the Church.
It’s easy to accuse others of hypocrisy, yet none of us is perfect. How can Christians have credibility to preach the Gospel if they’re also sinners who don’t practice what they preach?
William Shatner made a memorable trip into space. For Earth Day, Pablo reflects on how Shatner’s response to the trip reinforces just how much we rely on God as creature of the world.
We hear the word “justice” all the time. What does it actually mean? Plato’s Republic can help us question and understand this important concept.